Multiple Choice by Claire Cook

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March Monroe and her daughter Olivia are going to college. Not together at the same school, of course, just at the same time. March knows that Olivia is going, naturally, since she and her husband have just made their first exorbitant tuition payment. But Olivia doesn’t exactly know the arrangement . . . yet. It’s not as if March plans never to tell her; she just figures she’ll wait a bit––until they’ve had a little time to miss each other. So imagine Olivia’s surprise when one day she shows up for training at a local radio station and finds out that one of the other interns is . . . her mother.

Sharing an internship with her royally ticked-off daughter is not March’s only new challenge. Among the multiple decisions on her mind are what to do about a slightly tired marriage, a fourteen-year-old son who probably won’t be speaking to her for much longer, and a midlife crush, not to mention Quantum Physics and You––the class that just might put her over the edge. Laugh-out-loud funny, Multiple Choice is an effervescent novel of family life that will strike a chord with women everywhere––whether they have kids in college or are just now choosing their own majors. Required summer reading!


About Claire Cook

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Claire Cook is the author of the novels Must Love Dogs and Ready to Fall. A teacher of physical fitness and creative writing, she has had previous stints as a copywriter, radio continuity director, garden designer, and dance and aerobics choreographer.
Published September 29, 2012 by Marshbury Beach Books. 240 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships, Business & Economics, Romance. Fiction

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The plot, such as it is, centers on the mother-daughter radio show March and Olivia end up hosting for a good-looking radio producer with whom March carries on a very mild and brief flirtation.

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March and Olivia do nothing but fight, if they're communicating at all, and no matter how hard March tries, there is nothing that will get through to Olivia.

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